ELEC. INSPECTORS, INC. v. VILLAGE OF E. HILLS, 01-9483
The state-action immunity doctrine does not shield a municipality and a private corporation from alleged federal antitrust-law violations, resulting from the municipality's conferral upon the corporation of exclusivity for government-required inspection services within the municipality, without further findings. (Amended opinion)
- Decided 12/13/2002
- Published 01/21/2003
SACK, Circuit Judge., Before: CALABRESI, SACK, and B.D. PARKER, Circuit Judges.
United States Second Circuit
Frank Ambrosino, Reilly, Like, Tenty & Ambrosino, Babylon, N.Y., for Defendant-Counter-Claimant-Appellee Village of Islandia., Donald T. Rave, Jr., Locust Valley, N.Y., for Defendants-Counter-Claimants-Appellees New York Board of Fire Underwriters and Alexander Pirnie., Ronald C. Burke, Brand, Brand & Burke, New York, N.Y., for Plaintiff-Counter-Defendant-Appellant.